DeSantis Confirms Trump’s Voting Eligibility Despite Felony Conviction


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) clarified on Friday that former President Donald Trump still has the right to vote in Florida elections despite a Manhattan jury finding him guilty on 34 counts that District Attorney Alvin Bragg has asserted are felonies.

“The bottom line is that Donald Trump’s vote this November will be one of millions that demonstrate Florida is now a solid Republican state!” the governor concluded in his post.

DeSantis’s clarification on Trump’s voting rights came after Democrats and left-wing activists hyped the 45th president as a “convicted felon” following a Manhattan jury finding him guilty on all 34 counts in his business records trial.

Many of the left-wing braggers echoed each other on social media with the claim that Trump would not be able to vote for himself in Florida in the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

Others who also spread this false information included internet personalities Luke Beasley and Santiago Mayer, filmmaker Bree Newsome, and Connecticut State Sen. Matt Lesser, among a slew of other left-wing accounts.

Alana Mastrangelo
Alana Mastrangelo
Daughter of immigrants. Descendant of gladiators.

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